27 2019

Dollars and Sense: Women's Discussion and Skill Share

7:00PM - 9:00PM  


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Join JYP for a women's money-related skill share facilitated by Joelle Abramowitz, Ph.D. economist, and JYP board member! Come to this gathering bringing your money-related tips and questions, and we will share and learn from each other and consider what Judaism has to teach us about these topics. Any money-related topics are fair game, from personal approaches to handling money to favorite savings/investment/retirement accounts to philanthropy to salary negotiation tips. Heavy appetizers and beverages will be provided, sponsored by Moishe House Without Walls.

This gathering is an effort to build community and increase access to knowledge around money among people who may have less exposure to these topics. Open to young professionals and graduate students identifying as women, trans, non-binary, or gender non-conforming. If you don't identify this way, but want to talk about these topics, let us know!

We will plan to start on time and use the full two hours. Register for address and to let us know what topics you want to talk about. We have a limited number of spots, so sign up today! We can't wait to learn with you!


Joelle Abramowitz is research faculty at the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research. She studies applied microeconomics, health economics, and economics of the household. Joelle completed her Ph.D. in Economics in 2013 at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.